Top 7 reason for ASP.NET development

Top 7 reason for ASP.NET development
ASP.NET is a web application development framework from Microsoft to create robust, dynamic, rich web pages. It is a server-side technology built on Common Language Runtime (CLR) to host powerful websites on any Windows server. CLR is a major component that performs a process known as just-in-time compilation that converts source codes into intermediate language code which the CPU then executes. Visual Studio is an integrated development environment that p… Read More »

Why developers don’t convert VB6 to VB.NET

Why developers don’t convert VB6 to VB.NET
I have found that some developers don’t convert VB6 to VB.NET because of all the problems they have encountered in the past. Visual Studio .NET includes a conversion mechanism to convert VB6 to VB.NET. Did you know that the conversion engine is seemingly incapable to alter more radical property settings? Although this is objectively communal for everything but insignificant controls, the conversion engine flops with a program exception commonly while analy… Read More »

Business Impact and Risks Associated with Microsoft Visual FoxPro

Business Impact and Risks Associated with Microsoft Visual FoxPro
Visual FoxPro was an excellent development tool throughout the 90’s or even in the 2000’s but it has shown a sudden decline with Microsoft announcing end of support. Visual FoxPro 9 was released in 2007 virtually the Stone Age when it comes to the world of technology. This creates an element of danger for your organization that you need to take down and breakthrough in order to move forward today. As Microsoft phased out Visual FoxPro, your mission critic… Read More »

Automated Visual FoxPro Migration Service. Is it possible?

Automated Visual FoxPro Migration Service. Is it possible?
IT industry is one of the most dynamic industries with frequent launches of new software releases. These software product releases can make a huge impact on how business strategize for future. So, it is always recommended for IT professionals to keep abreast with the latest technological advancements.  Need for VFP Migration Way back in the year 2007, Microsoft released VFP version 9.0 and quoted that this is going to be the last version of VFP. Beca… Read More »

Migration of Access to SQL Server

Migration of Access to SQL Server
Today’s organizations require large databases that can scale well with rapid business demands and provides support to more users. At some point you will recognize that your Microsoft Office Access database won’t meet your business demands. So migration is necessary to keep your business rolling. Which database should I migrate? What are the benefits? Let’s discuss. MS SQL Server provides better performance when compared with MS Access database. MS Acces… Read More »

Microsoft’s Move from FoxPro to .NET

Microsoft’s Move from FoxPro to .NET
In the late 90s Microsoft asserted its presence in the global database management market by acquiring FoxPro Technologies. Acquiring FoxPro was a big success for Microsoft, as the xBase technology was still booming at that time. Microsoft continued to put significant resources toward Access and SQL Server which were still under development, as with VB. FoxPro was a solid product for Microsoft and that key technology evolved into other related products as … Read More »

Stress points in converting Visual FoxPro to .NET

Stress points in converting Visual FoxPro to .NET
As far as an application developer is concerned, migrating Visual FoxPro(VFP) to .NET platform is the opening of a brand new world of possibilities. One of the benefits of Converting VFP to .NET is that, .NET is not just a single language but a group of co-related development technologies that supports wide range of functionalities. Microsoft announced the end of life for VFP and come up with a top notch advanced .NET platform that allows developers to … Read More »

How To Convert Visual FoxPro to .NET

How To Convert Visual FoxPro to .NET
Deciphering How To Convert Visual FoxPro to .NET can be a daunting task for anyone .The reason for this blog is to help you formulate a strategy to begin your conversion in a rational and open-minded manner. As the human race and technology continue to press forward, FoxPro is no longer a surefire application that will work with budding systems so learning how to convert visual FoxPro to .NET should be something on the top of your today list. How to … Read More »

How to convert VB6 to VB.NET in 2015

How to convert VB6 to VB.NET in 2015
With Microsoft announcing the phasing out of VB6, as a VB developer you will need to update yourself to the changes the VB.NET environment brings in. It takes significant effort for porting applications in VB to VB.NET. In .NET environment, backward compatibility to VB is not a high priority goal for Microsoft. Migrating to .NET environment should be handled carefully as the major change from VB to VB.NET is that VB.NET is based on Common Language Runti… Read More »

Why ASP Migration should happen ASAP

Why ASP Migration should happen ASAP
Are you planning to migrate your applications to ASP.NET? Then, you need to consider the different options for migration. The ASP.NET migration can be carried out with a tool that was envisioned when the ASP.NET version 1.0 was released and it performs most of the conversion based on the model. Also note that, there are a few known issues and doesn’t provide a perfect conversion. When executing an ASP migration, the easiest approach (using migration wiz… Read More »
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